Four people arrested at Nimule border in connection to Kajo-keji attack

Four people who have allegedly incited the attack in Kajo-Keji county of Central Equatoria state on 2nd of February have reportedly been arrested at Nimule border by the border security.

Maj. David Kasmiro, Police inspector of Nimule town confirmed to the Radio Community the arrest of three men and one woman but said he has not yet obtained the details of the suspects.

“I got the information this morning from the Major General of wild life that there some people arrested in the military barrack. They were coming from Uganda to Kajo-Keji. They are suspected and they have been arrested.” Kasmiro said

Efforts to reach the spokesperson of the South Sudan People Defense Forces for immediate confirmations were not successful

On 2nd February, alleged cattle herders from Jonglei state attacked Kajo-Keji county of Central Equatoria state and killed at least 27 civilians including four aid workers of Red Cross South Sudan

As the state and national government beef up the security in the area to quell the tension after the deadly attacked, the United Nations Mission in South Sudan and the Troika countries are calling for justice for the victims, most specially the perpetrators to be brought to book.

Note! The story of the four arrested is being updated based on the flow of information….